Wednesday, October 21, 2009




one thing leads to another.

19 comments:

deerseason87 said...

this is gorgeous! what are the blueish berries?

heidi said...

IN LOVE with this arrangement. Totally smitten.

Janet said...

I think this arrangement just blew my mind. amazing.

A Rockridge Life said...

painfully amazing as always. WOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!

Anonymous said...

beautiful! and yes...what are the blueish berries?

ashley english said...

stunning.
btw, you ever hear anything from my editor...?

Designers' Brew said...

I am the most boring blog commenter ever: it's gorgeous. All of your arrangements are gorgeous. Repeat ad nauseam ad infinitum. But seriously.

Sarah said...

ha! glad you guys like this so much. the blue berries is an invasive weed called porcelain vine.

Manreet Deol said...

what a beautiful fall color pallet..! your choice of colors and textures is very inspiring....!

TERI REES WANG said...

A gentle Stunner.

I really wish you would provide us all with an itemized list of inventory.

..is that being too fresh?

Ensuite said...

Very nice new header also!

design devotee said...

I swoon over your arrangements. I wish you were in LA!

Letter Paper Flower said...

Gorgeous! What are the little tan flowers with the fuzzy centers? I am not sure if I have seen them before, but I love them!

Nikki said...

I've worked in the floral industry for over 10 years, sadly no longer as I am moving on to different things, and I have never, NEVER see such magical and whimsical designs.... you are an inspiration to say the least...... simply beautiful designs!

Nikki @ www.thereadonion.blogspot.com

Bornay said...

lovelyyyy photos Sarah!!!!! wooow! I can't stop looking at them!
kisses,
fàtima

Pam - housemartin said...

g-o-r-g-e-o-u-s!
A local designer grows those blue berries in her yard - so lovely almost like little robin's eggs. But we cant get them at market - what are they called?

rachel said...

Gorgeous!

Happy Friday :)

Miette said...

I hope this isn't de classe, but I have that amazing 3rd photo as my desktop at work. It even led one of the shopgirls to worry that I was going to leave the candy world for flowers. Gazing is enough for now! (Of course, if I was doing flowers, I'd probably have photos of sparkly pretty candy as my desktop)

pita bakery said...

the last photo blew me away. gorgeous. but then do you ever do something that is not?